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Old 05-11-2013, 07:28 PM   #168
hornpipe2
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Uh... okay, maybe I should ask my question again in a way that you'll take me seriously, rather than acting as though I have no interest in learning anything and giving me a mini-lecture about using tools properly?

"I know that I need to put the Kindlet .jar files in the classpath so they can be found by the import statements. However, I have limited experience with javac, even less with Ant, and least of all using Ant command-line to compile a project which was probably generated by NetBeans given all the nb* files in the repository.

I tried putting the files in all the 'obvious' locations, but it still didn't work. I also tried modifying project.properties and adding libs.Kindlet.path=/home/grkenn/src/kindle (where I store the various Kindle jars) and adding an echo @{classpath} to build-impl.xml, which showed that I had indeed set the location properly, but still got the same error.

I feel like I must be missing something obvious. How might I modify build-impl.xml or project.properties or whatever in order to insert my own values for CLASSPATH? Or, alternately, where is default CLASSPATH so I might simply put my .jar files there and not have this problem again?"
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